(Surprise! Or here, or somewhere else - the HMS Bounty is a good bet if I’m in Koreatown.)
Listen if you think you can handle it; buy it if you want.
Meet Willowby, cynical everyman adrift in Los Angeles in the late eighties. Wandering into the hazy, grey intersection of art and commerce, ideology and politics, truth and fiction, Willowby stumbles upon a monstrous plot to reshape the world along conservative lines. Or a film about that plot. Or both.
No self-respecting Kindle should be without this intriguing exploration of the Heisenbergian gap between perception and reality. And now that Three Monkeys has passed from “too controversial to produce” through “why not just steal from it for OUR movie?” to “available on your phone for the price of a raspberry Danish,” the time has come.
Music that entrances and educates kids doesn’t have to annoy their parents. Spend a day in Nathaniel’s neighborhood; you won’t regret it.
Interview on Southern California Public Radio. (Starts at 7:15)
"The Unsung Pelon: Kenny Lyon is an unlikely pioneer of Chicano Gangster Rap. He’s not Chicano or a rapper. But from his studio apartment at the Gaylord, Lyon produces some of the biggest names in LA’s Chicano Gangster Rap Scene."